We are approaching November 2019
That means its Blade Runner time!
Prepare for a four-day marathon event consisting of screenings, outdoor cinema, keynote addresses, talks, debates, workshops, markets, bike rides and dystopian music nights.
The Convention is a celebration of the profound importance that the industrial landscape of Teesside and the rain of the North of England had on the young Ridley Scott and his subsequent vision for the 1982 dystopian masterpiece Blade Runner.
We also celebrate Blade Runner’s relationship with its source novel, ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep’ by Philip K Dick and its subsequent influence on the global cyberpunk genre.
We will also delve into the current electronic, experimental music, performance, gamer, cosplay, and AV underground scene on Teesside and the NE of England.
Most of all though, this is an event for the fans!
We want to invite the fan community to meet each other, discuss, debate, view, and party in all things Blade Runner and Cyberpunk on Teesside, the place that had so much influence on Ridley Scott and Blade Runner.
You may want to come and just take it all in, but there will be opportunities to participate so please look through the GET INVOLVED section.
We have been busy putting our programme together and will be adding just a few further special names over the coming months.
WARNING: DRESS FOR COLD AND POSSIBLE RAIN, SOME OF OUR EVENTS ARE OUTDOOR!
Have a better one.
For a full programme of the 4 days events, please visit https://www.cyberpunkconvention.com/
Thursday 7 November 2019 - Sunday 10 November 2019
£123.00 +booking fee